Pewfell in Drain of Chaos

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The world’s most irresponsible wizard, is about to face his greatest challenge yet: fatherhood!

His wife pregnant and his home collapsing, wizard Pewfell takes a job with the Spirekassle City sewer patrol. But with a zombie-mad dictator running the government and a bloodthirsty army of chaos outside the gates, this may not be the best time to start a family.

Join our hero as he deals with dirty diapers, unreliable contractors, idiotic co-workers, and a diminutive blue lodger hell-bent on a career in musical theater…

This is a compilation of issues #15-20 of the Pewfell comic book series. It forms a complete and self-contained tale and is 168 full color pages

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Pewfell is a humorous comic book series set in a bizzare, post-apocalyptic, medieval world of the far far future called Urf. It stars inept wizard Pewfell, his wife Tina the warrior princess wife, and Gnoma, their small blue lodger. Pewfell’s a bit of a slacker, but he scratches out a living selling potions and going adventuring with his friends Fug the Barbarian, Pedwyn the thief, and demented cleric Bish Bathenwell.

Pewfell is written, illustrated and published by Chuck Whelon, with additional material by co-writer Adam Prosser. This volume contains occasional nudity, chaotic cartoon violence, and lots of potty humor – it is not recommended for minors.

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The world’s most irresponsible wizard, is about to face his greatest challenge yet: fatherhood!

His wife pregnant and his home collapsing, wizard Pewfell takes a job with the Spirekassle City sewer patrol. But with a zombie-mad dictator running the government and a bloodthirsty army of chaos outside the gates, this may not be the best time to start a family.

Join our hero as he deals with dirty diapers, unreliable contractors, idiotic co-workers, and a diminutive blue lodger hell-bent on a career in musical theater…

This is a compilation of issues #15-20 of the Pewfell comic book series. It forms a complete and self-contained tale and is 168 full color pages

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3 reviews for Pewfell in Drain of Chaos

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Christopher Watkins

    Pewfell has a great balance of absurd fun and whimsical world-building, and Whelon’s artwork does an energetic and colorful job of bringing it all to life. A long-standing Web favorite great to see in book form!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Kindle Customer

    Chuck Whelon’s storytelling is like the Marx Bothers had a party with Terry Pratchett and the Monty Python crew crashed it. This is fun stuff! Mr. Whelon’s art is very kinetic and fun to look at. I can’t recommend the whole Pewfell series enough!

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Greg de Leon

    I backed this comic on Kickstarter, and I am super glad I did. This comic reminds me of Knights of the Dinner Table. Completely tongue in cheek humor. A little more satirical and biting than KODT. The story line flows along quite nicely. Most characters are a mix of likeable and villainous, which I appreciate.
    I also like the solid drawing style. I am not a fan of the watercolor or “sketchy” or noir styles of drawing ( sorry; not an artist and I don’t know the real names.) The panels are very standard format and easy to follow, like reading a book. (Maybe I am just too old, but comics that make you guess the order of the panels and they are all kinds of sitting on top of each other can be very tough to read. Visually appealing? Sure. Otherwise, difficult to pull off. Anyway, i don’t have to worry about that here.) There are some more intricate, beautifully colored, larger panels mixed in to give the book an impressive mix. Overall, i am happy with the coloring and shading.
    The storylines are clever enough and each one is satisfying by itself, but they also weave together nicely to create a larger story arc. Whelon and Prosser have a solid serialized story going on here. I will definitely be returning for more Pewfell!

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